Sunday, May 27, 2012

Stacking The Shelves (4)

This is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga at Tynga's Reviews showcasing books we've gotten this past week.

Library Haul:
Women of the Otherworld Book 6: Broken by Kelley Armstrong-Part of my goal to wrap up this series this year. You may notice I skipped 5. That's because I have no interest in that particular character. I will read it after finishing the characters I do care about for completion's sake but for speed's sake, I'm skipping it.
Darkness Rising Trilogy Book 2: The Calling by Kelley Armstrong-Yes, it's a Armstrong double whammy this time. Have I mentioned I adore her books, lately?
Ophelia and Abby Mystery series Book 1: Witch Way to Murder by Shirley Damsgaard-cozy paranormal mystery. Witches solving murder mysteries. What can I say? I'm weak to stuff like this.
Katana series Book 1 by Cole Gibsen-2012 debut that looks like it could be cool even if I wonder why a book about Japanese Samaurai spirits has a white girl as the main character. ;side-eyes author;
Midnight Dragonfly series Book 1: Shattered Dreams by Ellie James-Paranormal romance debut from 2011. Looked interesting from the summary.
Pretty Crooked by Elisa Ludwig-2012 contemporary debut. Looks cute, apparently about a modern day girl Robin Hood who steals from the privilidged spoiled kids in her school and gives to the poor students. Who wouldn't want to read that?
Arcadia Awakens Trilogy Book 1: Arcadia Awakens by Kai Meyer (yes, another Meyer in the YA section, is Meyer the new Smith?)-2012 YA debut. Hey, mafia families combined with magic? Again, I'm weak to stuff like this even though I don't expect much from it because the summary makes it sound really corny.
A Temptation of Angels by Michelle Zink-I know, I know, I said I was ditching the angels. But it's ZINK! I have to at least give this one a shot.


  1. I do think Katana looks like it'll be really interesting. It doesn't sound like a lot of the books I normally read, but it does sound like one I'd enjoy.

  2. Yea for library stacks! And you picked up some Kelley Armstrong too. Love Kelley's books, so glad to hear that you adore her too! Happy reading!

    Here's my book haul.